As a leader, you have an effect on people. When you leave the room, people ether feel taller or smaller. This is an almost superhero power, but, unfortunately, leaders are often unconscious of it.
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Setbacks are inevitable. They make us stronger and develop our character. But only if we maintain our perspective and use them to grow. Here’s how.
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As leaders, we have an impact on others—whether we realize it or not. But that impact is a double-edged sword. It cuts both ways. It is either positive or negative. It is rarely neutral.
When a leader falls, it impacts everyone. It is easy to be angry or become cynical. In this guest post, Lisa Whittle reminds us to remember five truths.
I loved Ian Cron’s new book, Jesus, My Father, the CIA and Me: A Memoir of Sorts. In this post, I share an excerpt. Does this resonate with you?
Your heart is the most important leadership tool you have. It is not your experience, knowledge, or skills. It is your heart. Here are three reasons why.
Sometimes, you get stuck in a funk and can’t figure out why. Here are 24 ways to get out of it.
I started experiencing mild depression the week before Christmas. Here’s how I overcame it by re-focusing on the basics.
I’ve met with several other business leaders in the last few weeks. To a person, they say their greatest challenge is staying encouraged. With the economy the way it is—and no end in sight—it is difficult for leaders to remain optimistic. How can you keep your spirits up in a down economy? Here are seven suggestions.
Everything you say has an effect. Even the things you don’t say—your attitude, your facial expressions, and your body language. All. Have. An. Effect.